MOTION PICTURES AND TELEVISION PHOTO ARCHIVE

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MOTION PICTURES AND TELEVISION PHOTO ARCHIVE - Stern  <BR> Charlie Chaplin in character during making of "The Gold Rush", 1925
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11 x 14 inch Silver Print
unsigned
posthumous modern print
Open Edition

MOTION PICTURES AND TELEVISION PHOTO ARCHIVE

Stern
Charlie Chaplin in character during making of "The Gold Rush", 1925
MOTION PICTURES AND TELEVISION PHOTO ARCHIVE - Stern  <BR> Charlie Chaplin in character during making of "The Gold Rush", 1925

MOTION PICTURES AND TELEVISION PHOTO ARCHIVE

Stern
Charlie Chaplin in character during making of "The Gold Rush", 1925
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11 x 14 inch Silver Print
unsigned
posthumous modern print
Open Edition

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Stern <BR> Charlie Chaplin in character during making of "The Gold Rush", 1925 - Motion Pictures and Television Photo Archive - Artists - Jackson Fine Art - Photography - Atlanta